Head of state, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is scheduled to meet the new addition into the NRM family through the recently concluded elections at the National Leadership Institute at Kyankwazi.
The newly elected legislators are expected to receive a briefing relating the party’s ideology, governance and the back bone missions of the party.
A source linked that the father of the party would also caution the party members against conflict amongst themselves as well as the evil of corruption.
The new kids on the bloc are also meant to be taught the essence of keeping NRM at heart and join in the wealth creation struggle that aims at eradicating the biting poverty and gruesome unemployment that the country has long suffered with.
This information was confirmed by NRM’s Director of Information, Publicity and Public Relations, Mr. Emmanuel Lumala Dombo during a local interview who said that the president is in deed going to address tomorrow at Kyankwazi.
“President Museveni is expected at the retreat for the official opening on April 15 and already here the environment has changed. Security has been improved in preparation for receiving the President,” Mr Dombo clarified.
He further added in his statement that in deed the newly elected members of parliament would have an interaction with the president.
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“We shall have the clerk to Parliament to talk about etiquette because we hope this Parliament should be able to deliver the people of Uganda into middle-income status. They cannot do that until they have been given tools of management and analysis of society in order to do so,” Mr Dombo said.
This comes shortly after former Speaker Rebbeca Kadaga and Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanya were breathing down each other’s neck over the Speakership in the next parliament.